Cinematic Urban Destruct 2 - After Effects project (VideoHive)

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Cinematic Urban Destruct 2 - After Effects project (VideoHive)

VideoHive Urban Destruct #2 Project for After Effects
After Effects CS3 | Resizable | 218 Mb

In a dystopian future world, the machines have risen, prepare for destruction…

Kenzii presents – Urban Destruct, the second in the Cinematic series

Set in a future world, a fully customizable, 3D rotting urban environment with steel machine displays and titles swinging on a concrete slab from mecca droids above, this is a scary world, this is Urban Destruct.

Over a minute of high impact, serious cinematic style, this piece has been inspired by the movie District 13, Terminator, Equilibrium and the likes of many more.


- Feature film trailer or title sequences
- Full throttle product TV show ads
- Mysterious band performance advertisements or underground music artist 
- Even use the 3D set build as a location fx shot in your blockbuster, sci-fi, hardcore film-making projects
- Best of all, you can utilize the project as a professional After Effects learning tool… break it down, see it come together, learn a trick or 10!


The audio you hear on the preview was composed by Da Octopusss, and was featured on the amazing District 13 movie by Luc Besson. Many thanks to Da Octopusss for consent to use the track on the preview but it is NOT included with the project.


- All titles you see on the trailer can be fully customized in a matter of seconds!
- INCLUDED FREE are 5 pre-made color grading fx: Midnight Iron, Future 3000, Scorched Sky, Venom and After Dark. These custom treatments can completely transform the look and more importantly the feel, of the entire project, just switch them on!
- Your very own logos, graphics or visual elements can be easily incorporated to personalize the project to you or your client!
- Originally crafted at HD 1080 , I’ve included a selection of 16×9 output formats, ready-to-render such as: NTSC HD 1080 , 720 and SD, PAL HD 1080 , 720, and SD

A step by step guide through each editable element is included on the training video.





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